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Industrial Noise Applications

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    Sound level meters & Noise dosimeters for Entertainment & music industry

    In the UK from the 6th April 2008 the Control of Noise at Work Regulations apply to the entertainment and music sectors. Applying these new regulations is a challenging task as it requires a significant shift in both attitude and practice across the industry.

    By Cirrus Research plc based in Hunmanby, UNITED KINGDOM.

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    Sound level meters & Noise dosimeters for Noise ordinance monitoring industry

    Noise Monitoring Equipment for Law Enforcement Agenices; Noise ordinance covers the monitoring of noise in major urban areas in the US. Common complaints from residents include: Barking dogs, Noisy neighbours, Loud music, Construction noise, Industrial noise, Transportation noise.

    By Cirrus Research plc based in Hunmanby, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Noise and vibration problem solutions for local authorities and government

    The increase in housing stock required by the government is leading to developments being considered in a wider variety of locations and can provide challenges in assessing and agreeing levels of acceptable noise and vibration exposure. With the introduction of the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) and the Noise Policy statement for England (NPSE) clients are faced with rapidly changing local authority requirements.

    By Acoustic Associates Sussex Ltd based in Shoreham Airport, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Noise monitoring for industrial sites

    Industrial noise generated from plants, mills, refineries, shipping docks, utilities, and more, impact the quality of the surrounding community.  By controlling and monitoring this noise a community and industry can establish a working relationship that will benefit all.  An effective noise monitoring program will allow an industrial site to understand the noise sources and time periods that are causing concerns and then develop a plan for mitigation.

    By Larson Davis, a division of PCB Piezotronics based in Depew, NEW YORK (USA).

  • For General Industry

    Considerations for sound abatement abound within certain industrial facilities.  The new OSHA compliance mandates require noise control for employees and visitors to these facilities who may be exposed to continuous influences of high sound levels and reverberation properties, due to activities within these facilities.  Troy Acoustics™ provides the Troy System™ materials and design solutions, which have been proven to minimize the effects of these objectionable sound levels and their...

    By Troy Acoustics Corporation based in Brunswick, GEORGIA (US) (USA).

  • Noise monitoring for industrial plant monitoring

    Industrial sites are subject to regulations that limit sound and vibration levels at their perimeter and with regard to third parties. The taking of measurements at intervals remains one of the most frequently used methods of evaluating the noise and vibration levels of such sites.

    By ACOEM based in Limonest, FRANCE.

  • Noise Monitoring for Industry

    For Industrial Noise Monitoring applications, Cirrus Environmental can supply a range portable, semi-permanent or permanent noise monitors as well as the MK:427 NoiseSensor for integration into existing data logging systems.

    By Cirrus Environmental based in Peterborough, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Noise and vibration pollution control for mining industry

    In a process unique to the mining industry, mineral ore must be extracted and conveyed to a means of transportation in a challenging environment. This involves the use of high-power fixed and mobile equipment with complex kinematics. The entire process is carried out in cyclic and variable operating conditions with significant safety and accessibility constraints. Mining operations are also a source of noise and vibration pollution both for site workers and people in the surrounding area.

    By ACOEM based in Limonest, FRANCE.

  • Noise monitoring solutions for repetitive testing

    Many analytical tools used for research and development focus on making single measurements, and are designed accordingly. However, in many industries, test programs are performed that involve large numbers of repeated tests on test objects in various configurations or with various modifications. This is repetitive testing. The tests done are generally standardised, and often performed in a dedicated test area.

  • Noise monitoring for the mining industry

    The management of noise from mining operations is recognized as a fundamental responsibility of the mining industry. Implementing a noise management system that includes noise surveys, day and night noise mitigation, and some level of noise monitoring is a primary function that is required to meet environmental impact standards in most locations.

    By Larson Davis, a division of PCB Piezotronics based in Depew, NEW YORK (USA).

  • Pulsar noise testing equipment for entertainment noise industry

    As of April 2008 the entertainment industry is now expected to comply with ‘The Control of Noise at Work Regulations’. Owners and venue operators are now legally obliged to ensure their workforce is protected from excessive noise levels. To help you understand the key issues, Pulsar Instruments Plc have produced a Free Information Pack detailing the new regulations and offering simple advice and answers to the most commonly asked questions.

    By Pulsar Instruments plc based in Filey, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Noise and vibration pollution control for paper industry

    The paper industry depends upon a continuous industrial process in which the paper machine is the central factor. This system is based on several variable speed rollers mounted on roller-bearing blocks, and damage to a single block can be enough to shut down production for several hours.

    By ACOEM based in Limonest, FRANCE.

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